Forensic biometrics: From two communities to one discipline

@article{Meuwly2012ForensicBF,
  title={Forensic biometrics: From two communities to one discipline},
  author={Didier Meuwly and Raymond N. J. Veldhuis},
  journal={2012 BIOSIG - Proceedings of the International Conference of Biometrics Special Interest Group (BIOSIG)},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-12}
}
This article describes how the fields of biometrics and forensic science can contribute and benefit from each other. The aim is to foster the development of new methods and tools improving the current forensic biometric applications and allowing for the creation of new ones. The article begins with a definition and a summary of the development in forensic biometrics. Then it describes the data and biometric modalities of interest in forensic science and the forensic applications embedding… CONTINUE READING
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